Posted by Christi Reynard email
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - An all-volunteer group called "One Sight" travels all over the world bringing free eye exams and new eyewear to kids who need them. This week, the group is at the Cincinnati Museum Center.
They're working with local schools to pre-screen the kids.
"We have a belief that vision care is not a luxury, it's a necessity. We believe that it's the right thing to do and we're very happy to do it, " says Leona Dockery of "One Sight"
"One Sight" will be at the Museum Center November 18th through November 20th until 2pm giving free eye exams, aas well as fitting children with some colorful new specs.
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